Gas Station TV (GSTV), a Destination Media network and the industry leader in digital out-of-home television, appoints Jeff Hupp to vice president of business operations. This new position further expands the business development and operations unit of the company, demonstrating GSTV’s growth and success.
As the vice president of business operations, Hupp is responsible for development, organization and management of the business operations, sales, research and content departments. In this role, he also manages account activities, including media planning/buying, campaign development and RFP response, insertions orders, impression/campaign re-cap data, billing and final reconciliation. Hupp’s oversight of the content department includes supervision of the production and delivery of all advertising, entertainment and promotional content to air on the network. In addition to his current duties, Hupp will now be overseeing the Network Operations Center organization and managing the business operations within.
Hupp brings to GSTV more than15 years of experience working with new media and advertising companies. Prior to his joining GSTV, Hupp was an associate business manager with Yahoo! where he managed the Detroit Operations team for the Central region. In that role, he reviewed and approved all incoming media buys for the Detroit sales office and upheld all workflow, policy and terms & conditions for Y! Business Operations. Hupp began his career with associate and manager positions at J. Walter Thompson and Entertainment Publications, Inc., where he developed his abilities to organize and manage business units.
“We are quite pleased to promote someone with Jeff’s experience into this new position to develop our operations unit,” said David Leider, CEO of Gas Station TV. “His passion for the new media and advertising industry accompanied by his deep experience in developing and managing our business operations unit will certainly enhance the strategic direction of our overall business and strength of our team.”
Hupp holds a bachelor’s degree in Telecommunications, Radio and Film from Eastern Michigan University.